Libra ♎ November 2020 Horoscope: Love, Money & Career

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While the Sun left Libra last month and your birthday month has been over for nine days by the time you move into November, the job of updating your work/life balance, game plan and resolutions has just begun. It was five days after the Sun left Libra that Mercury retrograded back in a month after leaving, with a chance to return to the drawing board. However, it was just minutes later that held back by a retrograde phase earlier in the year Venus, your ruling planet final returned to give your heart a voice. This is where things stand at the start of the month and with Mercury still in retrograde motion you are still reviewing your options.

The seven days from Mercury’s direct turn on 4th November to his departure on 11th November will be a critical time for finalising your game plan and resolutions for this new solar year. However, with Venus not leaving until 22nd November and continuing to give your heart a voice until then and the last word, you will need to keep some of the details open or flexible. As the planet of love and your ruling planet, Venus will also be here during the dwarf planet Ceres critical final 10 days in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart. Until leaving on 10th November, Ceres is a small planet on a big mission.

That mission is to prepare for Jupiter and Saturn’s return next month, with Jupiter spending much of 2021 in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart but Saturn here until 2023. This is where the future lies and to have Venus in Libra while Ceres is updating your heart’s needs and priorities couldn’t be more timely. Meanwhile, while Venus and Mercury will both return to your income sector when they leave Libra, the Sun is already here and will keep the solar spotlight on your income situation, matters and options until 22nd November. When Mars turns direct in your work sector on 14th November this will see the lights turn green on the job front at the most lucrative point in the year.

LoveLibra November 2020 Love Horoscope

This is a month of two halves for your relationships, with the first two weeks more focused on the past before the focus shifts to looking forward. The month begins with Mars in the final two weeks of his first retrograde phase in your relationship sector in 32 years, something that saw him return in June for what should have been a six week visit but will keep him here for the rest of the year. Mars is the warrior planet of the cosmos and last month he did go to war with the Sun during your birthday month. It was there clash, their first here in 32 years the exposed any balance issues between your personal and relationship needs.

However, in the process, this has given Mars something to fight for, especially when it comes to making the most of the doors open to the past and second chances. The Sun’s departure from Libra took the pressure of Mars and your relationships though Venus and Mercury’s return five days later is something you are still experiencing. Mercury, the planet of communication retrograded back into Libra late last month but won’t retrograde back far enough to clash with Mars. Venus, who returned on the same day will clash with Mars on 10th November. However, as the planet of love and with Mars in his final days in retrograde motion, this is more a push to make the most of the doors open to the past and second chances.

Mars’ direct turn on 14th November will shift the focus onto the future, with the Sun’s return to your communication sector on 22nd November a further boost for your relationships. Meanwhile, the dwarf planet Ceres is a small planet on a big mission during her final days in your romantic sector. Before leaving on 10th November, Ceres’ job is to update your heart’s needs and priorities ahead of Jupiter and Saturn’s return to your romantic sector next month, opening the doors to the most powerful planetary activity on the romantic front in decades.

MoneyLibra November 2020 Money Horoscope

Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of November in your income sector the focus is always on your income situation, matters and options at this time of year. The Sun will always move through at the same time each year and is the anchor stone for all planetary activity here. Other factors will come and gone and Venus and Mercury, who will always travel with the Sun can return just before, during or after its time here. The Sun is the one constant, returning and leaving on the same day each year. To begin with, apart from the asteroid Juno, the queen of commitment, the Sun is on his own and it is more about paying attention while the solar spotlight is on your income situation, matters and options.

It is on 12th November that Mercury, who retrograded back out late last month will return, with a chance to get your head back in the game and to use his smart head for money and 20/20 hindsight to begin a do over. Mercury had been in your income sector for a month before retrograding back out but returns to start over, making this an opportunity for a do over. Mercury will return in time for a New Moon on 15th November and the potential this will create for new beginnings and opportunities. However, the most potentially lucrative weeks of 2020 don’t begin until Venus, the planet of money returns on 22nd November, just a few hours after the Sun leaves.

Mercury and Venus will remain in your income sector for the rest of the month, extending the exploration of income potential out into December. This works to your advantage, with Neptune’s direct turn not giving work and job matters the green light until 29th November. The only challenge that the planets moving through your income sector will face is push back from Uranus in your financial sector, with the early and latter days of the month the point when any balance issues between money coming in and money going out will be most obvious.

CareerLibra November 2020 Career Horoscope

The month not only begins with Neptune still on his own in your work sector and in retrograde motion but slowing down. This may create a slow start to the month but this is the quiet before the pace picks up and needs to be embraced. What dreamy Neptune is enjoying is not only a chance to revisit old dreams but the support of the Sun in your income sector, from Mercury when he returns on 11th November and Venus from 22nd November. While there might not be any movement on the job front and there might be a lack of motivation or frustration if you try to move things, there is every reason for confidence on the income and job fronts.

The Moon’s return to your career sector from 5th November to 7th November will be more than just a valuable chance to check in. As well as fuelling your professional instincts and imagination, as the Moon moves through it will form a friendly aspect to the Sun on the income and Neptune on the job front. As well as creating a positive few days across the income, work and career fronts this will provide a window into a sense that things are about to wake up and come out of hibernation. While Neptune won’t turn direct until 29th November, Ceres return to your work sector on 10th November is a chance to start looking ahead.

Ceres retrograded back out seven weeks earlier but returns in direct motion, ready to look to the future. It is that 19 day crossover period, from Ceres’ return on 10th November to Neptune’s direct turn on 29th November that will blur the lines between the past, present and future but also create a chance to start looking to the future while still closing old doors. The Moon will move through from 22nd November to 25th November, giving you an intuitive read on what will be an overlapping of the past, present and future. With major new developments on the job front in 2021, this couldn’t be more important.

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Anne Macnaughtan

Anne has worked as a professional Astrologer, writing Horoscope Content for the media, public and private clients since 1997 and currently provides Horoscope Content to companies in New Zealand, Australia, USA, Canada, the United Kingdom and around the world.